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Two TB storage, direct-streaming and more

LG’s NAS device, the N2A2, offers 2 terabytes of storage, direct streaming to portable devices capability, built in FTP server functionality, automatic data syncing and more. The N2A2 is compatible with numerous operating systems including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows
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LG’s NAS device, the N2A2, offers 2 terabytes of storage, direct-streaming to portable devices capability, built-in FTP server functionality, automatic data-syncing and more. The N2A2 is compatible with numerous operating systems including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Linux and Mac.

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